Dagbon

Some articles on dagbon:

Dagomba People - Kingdom of Dagbon
... The homeland of the Dagombas is called Dagbon and covers about 20,000 km2 in area ... Ethnic groups that have also inhabited Dagbon include the Mamprusi, Nanumba, Gonja, Mossi, Gurunsi (in particular the Frafra and Kusasi peoples), the Waala, Ligbi and Konkomba ... The overlord of the Dagbon Traditional Kingdom is the Ya-Na, whose court and administrative capital is at Yendi ...
Culture Of Ghana
... southern and northern geographical native ethnic groups the Akans in Akanland, the Dagomba in Dagbon (Northern Ghana), and one geographical native southern ...
Yendi
... a town and the capital of Yendi Municipal District in the northeastern quadrant of Ghana in the Dagbon territory ... Yendi is the traditional capital of the Dagbon Kingdom with the Ya Na as the Overlord ... The people of Dagbon are called Dagombas or Dagbamba ...
Dagomba People - Abridged History of Dagbon - Dagbon Conference of 1930
... The Dagbon Conference of 1930 opened on November 24 ... of indirect rule, the conference holds a very significant place in the history of Dagbon ... detailed statement of the history and boundaries of Dagbon ...
Dagomba People - Abridged History of Dagbon
... is an abridged version of the history of Dagbon ... The origins of Dagbon can be traced to Tohadzie, the red hunter ... Naa Gbewaah established the Kingdom of Greater (Ancient) Dagbon, which he ruled until his death ...